Why choose us?

As a book publisher, we do all the complicated and boring stuff leaving you to concentrate on your writing.

Our authors like us because we have traditional values of quality and personal service coupled to the latest technology and world wide distribution.

New print technology, eReaders and improved global distribution channels have made it more accessible, quicker and easier for writers to get published with our help.

As an independent imprint established 10+ years, we can provide all those professional services that you need to give your book the best chance of success in a crowded marketplace.

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Our Services

The professional services available to authors

  • Editorial
  • Proof reading
  • Choice of book cover designers
  • Layout, formatting and design.
  • B&W and full colour.
  • Fast publication within 4-12 weeks after manuscript approval.
  • We publish in hardcover, paperback, pdf, and eBook formats.
  • We  print-on-demand in the UK, US and Australia.
  • Book Marketing on Social Media. See information.
The Process

Cambria Publishing evaluates a proposal on the basis of some sample chapters, or preferably an entire manuscript within 1-3 weeks using our team of ‘readers’.

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The author must provide content from word processed files. Cambria Publishing then edits and professionally prepares print-ready copy using advanced book design software. We offer a  custom design full-colour cover service for books.

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Direct Sales & Trade Distribution

Online Bookshop

In addition to DIRECT SALES via our website and catalogue, as part of Ingram distribution we can sell and deliver books worldwide via their trade partners who are listed below.

Global Print Book Distribution Partners

Via Ingram Book GroupCambria Books titles are automatically made available to more than tens of thousands of retailers, libraries, schools, internet commerce companies, and other channel partners, including Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Waterstones, and other well-known book retailers and wholesalers across North America, Europe and Australia.

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The Mondegreen Affair

The new novel by Lloyd Rees. Luke Mondegreen wants to be a writer. He also wants to go on an exciting journey. He wants to avoid the cliches of thriller novels in his writing but he wants to experience those cliches in real life.

ISBN: 978-1-8384289-9-0

Pages 246

£10 + P&P

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Iant Evans was born to live a quiet life…but history dictated otherwise. Blinded by gas whilst fighting in Salonika in Greece during WW1, Welshman Iant Evans falls in love with a Greek nurse whom he promises to marry after the war.

ISBN: 978-1-8384289-7-6

8 GBP + P&P

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Strength and Tenderness

An uplifting book of Hymns, Songs and Poems with music scores by Doug Constable

Print ISBN 978-1-8384289-6-9

15GBP + P&P

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I of Modern Nature

New poetry by Richard Wheeler

ISBN 978-1-8384289-8-3

£10 + P&P

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On the Border

A coming of age saga from Cari Davies

Through heartache and drama, Megan discovers there’s no easy answer. No easy way to make choices, either. Particularly when fate will keep interfering...

ISBN 978-1-8384289-4-5

£10 + P&P

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A Swansea Child

An Inspector Rumsey Bucke story. More 19th century Swansea mayhem and murder from Geoff Brookes.


Book Reviews

Average rating: 5 based on 3 reviews

Hymns and Barriers

Hymns and Barriers

5.0 out of 5 stars An era and its personalities captured perfectly and the dilemmas encountered along the way.
Well developed main characters in both familiar and unfamiliar settings with whom I related. I was eager to know more about how their story unfolded and empathised with them in the difficult situation within which they found themselves. The author has perfectly captured the life and personalities of a Welsh valleys town of the era and this contrasts with the equally vividly portrayed narrative of life in post war Burma. A thoroughly enjoyable and thought provoking read.

The Mondegreen Affair

The Mondegreen Affair

5.0 out of 5 stars Witty and engaging
This is a thoroughly enjoyable read. It is witty and intelligent and elegantly written. It is a story that opens up rather like Russian dolls – or at least Belarusian dolls - with stories within stories. It is very accomplished and a highly skilled piece of work, with impressive narrative shifts and convincing voices.

Iant-Steve Blandford


5.0 out of 5 stars Iant: Beautifully and sensitively written.
It's a very long time since I've read into the depths of night but I found that the sensitivity with which Iant is written struck deep and demanded several re-readings of pertinent paragraphs. This is beautifully written and takes an ordinary life making it extraordinary and immensely relatable. Iant is very moving in its simplicity.

Strength and Tenderness

Strength and Tenderness

“Doug Constable’s hymn-writing has come out of the encounter between an unusually fresh imagination and a series of very specific pastoral contexts; and this means that it is exploratory, genuinely celebratory, challenging, and mercifully free of cliché – both traditional and contemporary cliché. These are humane, candid compositions, and they will be a real gift to all who are looking for words and music that are neither frozen in inherited attitudes nor labouring for an emotional quick fix. I hope they will be welcomed, used and loved.”

On the Border

On the Border

A wonderful story of a rebellious farmer's daughter in Wales.
Megan, at the start of this absorbing account of her rite of passage through her early teens, lives in a male dominated family that is determined to keep her tied to the hearth. Fiercely independent, she works to find her freedom through quiet but determined rebellion, initiative and bravery.
Both aided and thwarted by her family and friends, she matures through adventure, heartache and joy.

Cari Davies writes with the sure touch of an accomplished story-teller, who has surely experienced the same Welsh background as her heroine. I found the book difficult to put down and thoroughly recommend it as a most satisfying read.